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Advice - My BFP!

(6 Posts)
emvy Fri 10-Feb-17 06:32:15

So, this morning I got my BFP shockgrin slightly surprised as I actually haven't had a period since November and have seen the doctor after some BFN's and discussed the missing AF. What do I do now? I'm going to buy a couple of different brands of tests to be totally sure but the result was immediate and clear so I'm hoping that's pretty accurate, however, I've no clue how far along I am. Should I call the doctor? I'm away next week so there'd be no chance of going in then. This is first pregnancy so I don't know the protocol!

Feeling shaky, excited and just had to tell someone other than DP! blushgrin

littlehelp Fri 10-Feb-17 06:51:39


You need to call your doctors who will book a midwife appointment for you.
At the appointment they will take bloods etc and book your 12 week scan

The start of your journey enjoy!!! grin

eurochick Fri 10-Feb-17 06:54:25

What you do depends on the area. I had to have a pointless gp appointment before being referred to a midwife. Call your surgery and ask how it works in your area.

GreedyDuck Fri 10-Feb-17 09:55:19

You don't have to see a gp where I live either (Nth London), I just self referred online to the midwives at my preferred hospital and started taking some folic acid.

Glitterbubble Fri 10-Feb-17 10:05:58


My area is same as you greedyduck, book online with midwives on local hospital website

emvy Fri 10-Feb-17 10:47:44

Thanks everybody, that's a great help. Next mission - getting through to the surgery! I can't do the online booking thing so I'll go through my GP.

Thank you again grin

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